A photograph of a London Underground tube map made in a WW2 prisoner of war camp has emerged from a collection taken by a British inmate in the prison camp.
Each year, two major regal ceremonies take place, and you can request tickets to attend them.
In London's docklands is a roundabout, and in the middle a tree, blinking and flashing away -- made from a cluster of traffic lights.
Bethnal Green tube station is notable for three things - a disaster, a clock, and some tiles -- and today I am going to talk about the tiles.
Virgin Trains is launching a campaign to ask people to stop flushing strange things down their train toilets.
An underground chamber only occasionally open to the public has announced a series of open days for 2019.
Swedeland Court is a very narrow passage that is very easy to miss, even as it sits right next to a landmark pub for the area opposite Liverpool Street station.
As is now traditional, travel on much of the public transport in London will be free of charge overnight on New Year's Eve.
I deem that it is time for a dose of omphaloskepsis, and to find out which of my miserable scrawlings captured your attention the most during the past year.
There's an exhibition about pirates in East London at the moment, which I would describe as a pirate themed playground that happens to be in a museum.